October surprise is a phrase that could not have been more perfect considering the revelations this month that rocked the Hillary campaign.
First came WikiLeaks and their dump of documents on the Hillary campaign.
We’ve discovered that Donna Brazile leaked several questions to Hillary Clinton ahead of her CNN townhall with Bernie Sanders, which led to her termination at CNN today. We’ve also learned that she wants open borders and believes it is important for politicians to have both public and private positions issues.
Then there was James O’Keeffe, whose Project Veritas infiltrated the Clinton campaign and exposed several of their secrets, which includes the organizations aligned with the Democrat Party have used “bird-dogging” to incite violence at Trump rallies. A Clinton operative named Scott Foval was captured on camera saying, “It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherf****r.”
Worst of all for Hillary – the FBI reopened their investigation into Hillary’s emails after uncovering new emails during an unrelated investigation into Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal.
WikiLeaks said Sunday evening that the organisation will release another data dump this week, in what it described as “phase 3” of its election coverage.
In the tweet, the organisation said that they will “commence phase 3 of our US election coverage next week,” whilst also asking for donations so the organisation can continue its work.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 30, 2016
WikiLeaks has not revealed what sort of information the latest release will contain.
Further damaging revelations surrounding Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta could prove fatal for her campaign, following her already falling polling numbers even before the news that the FBI will re-open the investigation into her use of a private email server.
Previous releases by WikiLeaks have shown details of Hillary Clinton’s paid speeches to banks where she expressed her desire for America to have “open borders,” her tactic of pursuing “needy Latinos,” as well as allegations from the Trump campaign of collusion with the Justice Department on managing her email scandal.